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. had to do with the moderator martha raddatz >> wasn't this a massive intelligence failure, vice president biden? you have refused again to offer specifics on how you pay for that 20% across-the-board tax cut >> not a single thing he said is accurate. first of all... >> be specific. that's another question. how do you do that? military follows orders. i mean, trust me, there are people who are concerned about pulling out. do you actually have the specifics or are you still working on it and that's why you won't tell voters? >> jon: i don't know what it was but it was the language of journalism being spoken on modern television. i couldn't believe it. martha raddatz! watching her moderate that debate with... oh, my god, editorial... like going to amish country and seeing them making beautiful chairs by hand. you're like i thought this craft had been completely forgotten. why can't every chair be made like this? especially after the previous debate when jim lehrer apparently felt his job was to simply establish that the stage had more than one person on it >> do you see a major dif
fireworks? who won? what about the body language? and the moderator, our own martha raddatz, standing by to tell us what she could see at the desk we couldn't see at home. >>> money maker. what happened today at the nation's superstores? it could save you a lot of money on your holiday shopping and we'll show you how. >>> hitting the brakes at nascar. in a season of seismic crashes, why racing legend dale earnhardt jr. says he's getting out of the car before people get hurt. >>> and rolling on. ♪ start me up >> mick jagger and the stones have a brand new move tonight. what have they done now? >>> good evening on this friday night. we begin with the aftershocks from that epic clash last night, that fiery debate between vice vice president joe biden and congressman paul ryan. we now know that 51 million of us watched. so, who won? and what does it mean for the presidential race? with just 25 days to go before americans go to the polls, your voice, your vote. and our team is standing by, including the moderator of the debate, our own martha raddatz. but we begin with abc's jonathan kar
own martha raddatz takes an amazing flight. >> three feet from the wing tip. >>> good evening and welcome to "world news." and as we begin tonight, we have just returned from the white house, where we sat down, one-on-one, with president obama. it is his first interview since that big debate. polls showed 72% of those watching that debate included president obama lost to his republican rival, mitt romney. and tonight, the polls show the race is tightening fast. the republican opponent more fired up than ever. his supporters saying they want to know why the president didn't seem to show up and fight. and that's where we began. let's get right to it. >> yeah. >> reporter: that debate, what happened? >> well, governor romney had a good night. i had a bad night. >> reporter: how bad? >> well, it's not the first time i've had a bad night. but i think what's important is that the fundamentals of what this race is about haven't changed. governor romney went to a lot of trouble to try to hide what his positions are, because he knows that those ideas have been rejected. they won't work
at this table and begin the big debate. there it is. and our very own martha raddatz will be moderating, sitting across from them at that table. she's our senior foreign affairs correspondent, former white house correspondent. and the two men have been preparing in marathon practice sessions, behind closed doors for days. 26 days now to go before americans get to the polls. "your voice, your vote." and the race has been tightening. the pressure is on. and our team is right there on the ground in danville, kentucky, and abc's jake tapper is going to start us off tonight. jake? >> reporter: good evening, diane. well, first, let's talk about the stagecraft. vice president biden will be coming on stage from that side. congressman ryan from the other. our own martha raddatz, of course, moderates in the middle seat. the pressure is on. the vice president, not to cede any of the energy or desire to his opponent as president obama seemed to do last week. their campaigns are relishing the spotlight. vice president biden's team sent out these photos of him practicing on a mock set in a delaware hotel, whe
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the romney/obama. meanwhile hashtag mularkey is trending nationwide. and martha raddatz has received 80,000 twitter mentions, some saying martha for vice president. >>> next, our political insiders are going to tell us who made the grade tonight. [ feedback ] attention, well, everyone. you can now try snapshot from progressive free for 30 days. just plug this into your car, and your good driving can save you up to 30%. you could even try it without switching your insurance. why not give it a shot? carry on. now you can test-drive snapshot before you switch. visit progressive.com today. i had[ designer ]eeling enough of just covering up my moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. i decided enough is enough. ♪ [ spa lady ] i started enbrel. it's clinically proven to provide clearer skin. [ rv guy ] enbrel may not work for everyone -- and may not clear you completely, but for many, it gets skin clearer fast, within 2 months, and keeps it clearer up to 9 months. [ male announcer ] because enbrel®, etanercept, suppresses your immune system, it may lower your ability to fight infections. serio
force history, but now the first woman to lead a fighter ring some 5,000 strong. abc's martha raddatz brings us this amazing ride. >> reporter: the preflight prep is always intense. the mask must be perfect. the oxygen flow. the g-suit. but having the commander of the 5,000-member fighter wing at your side, the first female in history to hold the job, makes this all the more exciting. it is the most thrilling, death-defying ride you can imagine. 600 miles per hour. split-second timing, and formations that can be uncomfortably close. >> whoa. >> reporter: with colonel jeanie flynn-leavitt piloting the strike eagle from behind the visor i could not be in more capable hand. not only is she a decorated fighter pilot, she has broken through gender barriers that can only be called legendary. >> my whole childhood i dreamed about flying. i went to air shows. i loved looking up and seeing airplanes. and i always wanted to fly. >> reporter: the world of combat aviators was the most male, testosterone driven culture imaginable. women were welcomed. >> this is what i call a target-rich environme
crowley because of barack obama won. martha raddatz escape unscathed mostly. i learned a lot from the first debate. i learned what mitt romney believed, that he was willing to tailor positions for the general electric, that barack obama did not show up and was not engaged. the reason i did was because similar give them the time to do it. -- jim lehrer gave them the time to do it. i think candy crowley did a good job, i think martha raddatz did a good job. i don't know the formula for a good debate. >> it seems that there are two choices here. you can have a moderator who holds their feet to the fire a bit and ask serious questions and is not let them michael around, and martha raddatz was the best example of that. if you are not going to do that, just let them talk to each other and have a bus to go up for time. >> what about the town hall format? >> no, i think i.t. is completely phony. i have an impossible standard -- leave them alone, except every once in awhile where they sasay something egregiously false. >> you cannot do that. who is the judge? in the last debate, candy crow
debate. he advised george w. bush before he took the stage. martha raddatz and matt dowd tell us who they think had the upper hand in a "nightline" report card. >>> and getting to know you. from coors light drinkers to hbo watchers, how presidential campaigns are using hyperpersonalized information about what you like to do, buy, and watch to try and win your vote. >> from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is a special edition of "nightline." one on one, the final presidential debate. >>> good evening. i'm terry moran. tonight, the highly anticipated final round as president barack obama and republican challenger mitt romney took the stage to go head to head in the last presidential debate. this is a crucial night, and it could tip the scales in a deadlocked race. a final side by side-comparison with just 15 days left now until the election. and millions of early ballots already being cast, so here's how it all happened in florida tonight. the two men who would be president squared off for the last time in the ho
candy crowley because barack obama 1. -- won. martha raddatz has basically escaped unscathed from criticism. i am interested in what i can learn from these debates. i learned a lot in the first debate. i learned what mitt romney believed, what he was willing to tailor his position for the general electorate, that barack obama did not show up and was not engaged. the reason i did that was because jim lehrer gave them the time to do it. i think candy crowley did a good job. i think martha raddatz did a good job. i don't know the formula for an ideal debate. >> is that the formula, stay out of it? >> it seems that there are two courses. even have a moderator who holds their feet to the fire a bit and asks them serious questions and does not let them che wiggle around. martha raddatz was the best example of that. if you are not going to do that, just let them talk to each other and have the buzzer for time. >> what about the town hall format? >> i think it is completely phony. i have an impossible standard, which is that you leave them alone, except every once in awhile where it they
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political bias. it turns out president obama attended abc correspondent martha raddatz first wedding back in 1991. this thing goes deep, folks. [ laughter ] 21 years ago barack obama attended debate moderator. martha raddatz's wedding. who knows what favors were exchanged with an eye toward the inevitable future debate. they all knew it was coming. he knew that. panini press would pay off eventually for the running mate he hadn't met yet. [ laughter ] >> stephen: for twenty years, every time she's made a monte cristo she's whispered "i owe you, barack obama." [ laughter ] and sure, obama was actually just a law school classmate of raddatz's husband julius genachowski who raddatz divorced in 1997. but what woman doesn't love doing favors for her ex-husband's friends? [ laughter ] so clearly the debate -- the whole thing is meaningless until ryan wins. point is, everything about obama is suspicious. unfortunately, not as suspicious as it used to be. in the good old days, we had a new obama scandal every week. he was a secret muslim; wasn't born in america; doesn't have a birth certificate;
martha raddatz, the questioner of the vice-presidential candidates. the person called on, i suppose, does that have to ask the question. >> there is something ugly about having the league of women voters losing control of the presidential debates to the commission, cochaired by two men who then reduced all female moderators to kind of sign to those. >> we will take a break and come back to this discussion, talking to george farah. we will be joined by glenn greenwald when we come back. ♪ [music break] >> this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman with nermeen shaikh. our guests are george farah and glenn greenwald, who just wrote a very interesting piece about who gets to ask the questions. his father of the book, "with liberty and justice for some: how the law is used to destroy equality and protect the powerful." his piece in the guardian is the one we want to talk about. let's turn to a question by moderator martha raddatz in the vice-presidential debate when she asked the two candidates, paul ryan and the vice-president joe biden, this ques
in next tuesday for the second presidential debate at hofstra university in new york. i'm martha raddatz of abc news. i hope all of you go to the polls. have a good evening. [ applause ] >> they are joined by their families, the vice president of the united states and the republican vice presidential nominee. a strong debate with clear differences on some of the most critical issues facing the american voter. involving taxes, medicare, abortion rights for women, the vice president came out swinging today. unlike president obama. he immediately raised the issue of romney's controversial 47%. and he also spoke aggressively about the president saving the american auto industry, gm and chrysler in particular, but there was a testy exchanges on medicare and so many other issues. it looks like -- looks like at least to me, pretty much of a draw as far as this debate is concerned. we'll have full reality checks from our john berman, tom foreman, going through the facts described today. who was telling more of the truth. who was fibbing a bit. going through all of that tonight. you also saw thos
moderating style by abc's martha raddatz, than jim lehrer in the first presidential debate. she interrupted much more and asked many more pointed questions. republicans are already all over twitter, criticizing this moderating style because they feel she interrupted congressman ryan much more before he finished his thoughts and perhaps his charges. this debate was largely a cheerful affair on the vice-president's side of the table, it appeared. for much of the debate, he smiled and laughed in reaction to congressman ryan's answer, perhaps in an effort to diminish ryan on taj. he referred to ryan as "my friend," a holdout from his senate debating days. that smiling and laughing, megyn, it's interesting to see how that will play at home, whether it will come off as smug, or people will not like that, or it will come off as the vice-president hoped it would, relaxed and lay playing down congressman ryan. he clearly had a lot of comfort in the foreign policy area, but he did have a bumpy road at the beginning with the libya question and through the intelligence community -- threw the intelligen
in more quickly, he didn't. martha raddatz ran a tighter ship. do you think that makes a difference, who the moderator is? >> i do. and i think you saw two really contrasting styles there. march that's approach was much more journalistic. much more of an interview style. even the focus and content were about things happening in the knew. so i did think that was pretty effective. >> jennifer: i think so too. she waited -- i thought she made a curious choice in waiting until the end of the debate to pose a different series of question about abortion and religion. do you think that changed the tone at the end? >> i do and i think that was her attempt to take the thing in a slightly different direction. it was like a one-two punch. she asks them about catholicism and then turns that into an abortion question. which was really revealing and an excellent moment for biden. >> jennifer: i thought so too, and especially since that was the first time in the debate that they were able to address issues welltive to women. does this vice president debate fundamentally change
's talk about -- of course martha raddatz raises the issue about choice and their catholic faith. were you surprised it took until the end of the -- >> yeah, because we're now into the second debate, vice presidential, and where are women's voices. this is a race about battling for the hearts and votes of women. and i wanted to hear a question about women's health because it is an economic security issue, or how does voucherizing medicare blocking social security, impact women. >> jennifer: a lot of women were watching last night because of all of the ball games that were on last night. >> that's right. but i want to hear more about women and their condition in this country. and i hope in the next debate, that they take a page of elizabeth warren's play book. equal pay. >> jennifer: and he voted against this. >> right. and ryan played the angelic candidate, but he was cosponsor of todd akin to redefine rape -- >> jennifer: and i don't think he left any doubt on the part of viewers that the romney/ryan ticket will appoint justices -- two justice are likely to r
presidential debate at hoffstra yrt in new york. i'm martha raddatz of abc news. i do hope all of you go to the polls. have a good evening. [cheers and applause] >> the one and only vice-presidential debate, wrapping up. you just heard that vice-president biden, at the end there, complaining about time. saying he wanted to be -- have more time at the end? we have the breakdown of time, in case you are interested at home. this is a rough estimate. but biden had roughly 41 minutes 50 seconds of talk time. and congressman ryan 40 empties and 5 seconds. this was a much different moderating style by abc's martha raddatz, than jim lehrer in the first presidential debate. she interrupted much more and asked many more pointed questions. republicans are already all over twitter, criticizing this moderating style because they feel she interrupted congressman ryan much more before he finished his thoughts and perhaps his charges. this debate was largely a cheerful affair on the vice-president's side of the table, it appeared. for much of the debate, he smiled and laughed in reaction to congressman
who the sky is the limit. martha raddatz, and the first female fighter pilot. how she paved the way for a new generation. >> one of my favorites of the day. so cool. >> later from newspapers to television now to the big screen. charlie brown and snoopy plan to take hollywood by storm. how the new movie will be a family affair for the cartoon's creator the i certainly am going to watch that. remember. ♪ snoopy love it. first there is breaking news from colorado this morning. a grim discovery in the desperate search for a girl who has been missing since last friday. >> abc's clayton sandel has been following the jessica ridgeway case from the start, the latest from westminster, colorado. >> reporter: late wednesday night police announced a bed had been found in a park in arvada. they will not confirm it is 10-year-old jessica ridgeway. multiple police sources tell abc news they believe it is the girl's body. but positive identification may take several days. the fifth grader was last seen friday morning as she headed out for her short walk to school. over the weeken the first big br
to feel like some of the quicker segments we end up doing on our shows on msnbc. martha raddatz is going to try to get to all nine. i don't think there's any chance with the two speakers she'll do that. she'll be lucky if she gets to seven of the topics. i hope the audience keeps a very important thing in mind about this debate. what you will watch tonight has nothing to do with the executive function of the presidency or vice presidency. governing is not done on stages with microphones, with television cameras aimed at the people doing the governing. governing is done in closed rooms, in the cabinet room, in other rooms where no reward is made for the whitiest person or the person with the zinger or the clever line and the reward of good governing goes to the person in that room who is most thoughtful and most careful and most deliberative in including everything necessary to make a governing decision, including the advice of others in the room. none of that, none of the real skills and the real test of governing will be on display here. what will be on display here tonight is quick thi
to the side who came out the worst last night, was the moderator martha raddatz. she gave both candidates almost exactly equal time. but martha raddatz who i officially would now support for president, herself, martha raddatz kept it moving and stopped these guys from diving down talking points rabbit holes. >> with all due respect, that's a bunch of malarky. >> and why is that so? >> because not a single thing he said is accurate. first of all -- >> be specific. wasn't this a massive intelligence failure? was that really appropriate right in the middle of the crisis? you have refused, and, again, to offer specifics on how you pay for that 20% across the board tax cut. do you actually have the specifics, or are you still working on it and that's why you won't tell voters? >> and when he wouldn't give her the specifics she followed up by saying, okay, no specifics. by knowing what she was talking about particularly on foreign policy but essentially the whole night and by interrupting judicially and ab libbing appropriate follow-up questions martha raddatz covered a lot of ground that did n
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